When it comes to cloud computing, few issues are more important than your company’s choice in cloud provider. There are many different providers to choose from, and each have different capabilities, philosophies, payment models, security measures, and reputations.
In today's article in our Modernizing Your Infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud series,we’ll step through the process of setting up Windows Azure Pack for provisioning and delegating on-demand private clouds. Along the way, we’ll call out specific details that you'll find helpful to successfully build your own private cloud lab environment.
Service Management Portal in Windows Azure Pack
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As I’ve been traveling and speaking to IT Pros about the great scalability, resiliency and offerings in our Microsoft Azure public cloud platform, there’s also been lots of interest around deploying our free Windows Azure Pack (WAP) to bring the power and consistency of the same self-service Azure portal user interface to on-demand Private Clouds provisioned in an on-premises datacenter.
In this article, we’ll step through the process of setting up Windows Azure Pack in a lab environment for provisioning and delegating VM private clouds. Along the way, I’ll call out the specific details that I found helpful to successfully build my own lab environment.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using Windows PowerShell to create random processes at random times.